Enhance your student’s STEM learning through a visual and tactile approach to chemistry and biology.
What should I purchase?
If you are new to Biochemistry Literacy, start by purchasing the Home School License. This will give you access to all the core lesson materials including the video lessons. If you do not already have access to the custom model set, use the dropdown menu to purchase one or two kits, depending on how many students you have. To join an optional live weekly class, you can also purchase monthly access. New classes will be forming in June, so contact me if you are interested in joining in!
Home School License
Bring the world of Biochemistry home!
One year subscription to the full curriculum.
**USE THE DROPDOWN MENU to add your model kit.**
Please contact me for non-US shipping prices.
Live Remote Learning Classes
Weekly classes (4 sessions)
Join weekly live classes with Dr. Daniel Fried or Dr. Emily Brewer. See below for details and schedule options.
**USE THE DROPDOWN MENU to select your class.**
Create a program for your school!
Effective and engaging remote learning or in person instruction. Hundreds of public school kids currently participate in biochemistry literacy programs, taught by their own teachers. I hope your students can join them!
Professional development included in all school licenses.
Special Classes and Summer Camp
Late April and May Classes
I will be giving 1-hour classes on COVID and Photosynthesis. I will also be piloting a new session concept: open-ended question and answer sessions for students. Use the dropdown menu to select your class or the summer camp. See below for more information on the camp.
Annual home school licenses are $100 and include full access to the Biochemistry Literacy’s 24 lesson units that each include:
- Fully narrated videos
- Lesson presentations
- 3D Molecular modeling files
- Student worksheets
Custom model kit
This MolyMod kit has been customized to support the Biochemistry Literacy curriculum. The most important feature of the kit are pieces that model hydrogen bonding, which is responsible for holding the double helix of DNA together and for allowing proteins to fold.
Watch the video to learn more!
- USA shipping: $40 + $5 shipping
- Canada shipping: $40 + $20 shipping
- Australia: Contact HEA or GATCA WA
- Other locations: Contact me
Annual school licenses include full access to the Biochemistry Literacy curriculum, plus:
- One day of remote professional development for teachers
- Support throughout the program
- One live remote learning session with each class section
Please contact me to discuss more!
Live Remote Learning Classes and summer camp
Registration is now open for May and June classes! New users should register for the Thursday afternoon class. Each day will cover one of the lessons of the curriculum.
Mondays, May 3, 10, 17, 24; 6PM Eastern: Taught by Dr. Fried, this class section is for continuing students who have completed the 24 lesson program. We are embarking on the study of Organic Chemistry, and students will use the Bruice Organic Chemistry textbook instead of my online lessons.
Tuesdays, May 4, 11, 18, 25; 11AM Eastern: Taught by Dr. Emily Brewer, this class section will continue with Lesson 17.
Tuesdays, May 4, 11, 18, 25; 6PM Eastern: Taught by Dr Fried, this class section will continue with Lesson 5.
Wednesdays, May 5, 12, 19, 26; 6PM Eastern: Taught by Dr. Fried, this class section will continue with Lesson 17.
Wednesdays (STARTING IN JUNE), June 2, 9, 16, 23; 2PM Eastern: Taught by Dr. Fried, this class section will welcome new students to the program and cover lessons 1-4.
Fridays, May 7, 14, 21, 28; noon Eastern: Taught by Dr. Fried, this class section is for continuing students who have completed the 24 lesson program. We are embarking on the study of Organic Chemistry, and students will use the Bruice Organic Chemistry textbook instead of my online lessons.
VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP! July 5-9. The camp will be geared to both continuing and new Biochemistry Literacy students. We will include experiment activities, mathematical problem solving activities, and many new areas of learning, as well as our typical fun model building activities. The class will be from 11-1 Eastern. After a 1-hour break, another hour of activities will be held from 2-3 Eastern. Some of the topics we will cover are pH and pKa, the gas laws, electrochemistry, and crystal unit cells,